DISCOVER ONE OF CAYMAN’S AMAZING TREASURES
Strange as it may seem, there is really a place called “Hell” in Cayman’s paradise.
Located in the district of West Bay on Grand Cayman, Hell is a unique natural wonder of rugged blackened limestone outcropping. The jagged formations are a result of millions of years of geological evolution, due to acid rain and consumption of the rock by carbonate-loving organisms. This erosion has left an eerie and desolate looking landscape earning this location its highly appropriate name. The rocks are estimated to be 10 to 15 million years old.
Visitors have been flocking here for decades, for bragging rights that they have “been to Hell and back” or have simply taken someone’s advice to “go to Hell!”
Naturally, the ‘Devil’ roams at Hell and no visit is complete without a photo taken with him, you may also catch a glimpse of an “Angel” while on site.
A postcard dispatched from Hell Post Office is also a good way to share a memorable visit to this site.
Hell is located on lands owned by the Cayman Islands Government, as well as on adjoining areas, which are privately owned and offers a similar experience.
Stopped by early in the morning before the cruise ship crowd and met two wonderful vendors named Janet and Rosemary. Janet braids thatch onsite and I purchased one of her... read more
August 6, 2019
We have all been to hell and back. But this hell is different. Just because of the amazing volcanic like stallicmites, it’s very interesting to see. Not pretty, or colourful,... read more
May 21, 2020
This was a nice spot to visit on Grand Cayman Island if you don't expect too much. They have a post office, a gift shop and free restrooms.
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March 26, 2020